Assassin's Fate

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Assassin's Fate
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First edition (UK)
Author Robin Hobb
Cover artist Jackie Morris
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish
SeriesThe Fitz and The Fool Trilogy
Genre Fantasy novel
Publisher Voyager Books (UK)
Del Rey Books
Publication date
4 May 2017
Media typeHardcover, Ebook
ISBN 978-0-553-39295-1
Preceded by Fool's Quest  

Assassin's Fate is the third book in the epic fantasy trilogy Fitz and the Fool , written by American author Robin Hobb. It continues the story of FitzChivalry Farseer and his daughter Bee after the events of Fool's Quest , published in 2015.

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